Three champs for Long Beach

On a night where a bunch of results didn’t go Long Beach’s way, junior 195-pounder Elijah Rodriguez didn’t disappoint as the undefeated No. 1 seed in the Nassau Division I wrestling championships.

Long Beach firefighters' union withdraws lawsuit against city

The city recently settled a lawsuit that career firefighters had filed over several layoffs and the recent restructuring of the Fire Department that included the hiring of civilian paramedics — …

LBHS students work the runway

Long Beach High School’s auditorium stage was the setting for fancy formalwear on Jan. 31, when students stepped on stage as models in the Morning Madness Fashion Show. The annual fundraiser, …

Hundreds turn out for Long Beach’s Snowflake Race

Hundreds of people came to the Long Beach boardwalk on Feb. 4 to run in the city’s annual Snowflake Race. Hosted by the Parks and Recreation Department, the race is held in memory of Joseph …

A protest photo resonates across the world

Sometimes knowing how to set up a picture is worth a thousand words. Point Lookout resident Chris Connolly and his family joined the throngs of people protesting President Trump’s immigration …

Long Beach resident authors pro-Islam essay

Amy Mastrocinque was in Dunkin’ Donuts, waiting for her tea on her way to work, when she overheard two men talking. “So Trump banned Muslims. Good, maybe now we’ll feel safe,” they said. …